Samuel M. Davault1

M, b. 16 April 1869, d. 9 September 1900
     Samuel M. Davault was born on 16 April 1869 at Maries Co. (probably), MO.1,2 He was the son of Jacob Davault and Sarah A. Moore.1 Samuel M. Davault lived on 27 June 1880 at Johnson Twp., Maries Co., MO.2 He died on 9 September 1900 at age 31

Obituary -- The Telephone, Cuba, Crawford County, Missouri; Friday, September 21, 1900:

DAVAULT, SAMUEL
A Popular Young School Teacher Is Dead.

Samuel Davault departed this life September 9, 1900, being cut down in the prime of his life, being only 32 years of age. In this as in many other cases we see that death has no respect for persons. Those who are in the track of the destroyer must yield to his power, whether they be young or old. All men prepare for life but how few prepare for death. Mr. Davault never made any public profession of religion, but many times in conversation with the writer he has remarked I have great faith in God and His promises are sufficient. He was born in Maries county April 16, 1868, and was the second son of Jacob and Sarah Davault. He was one of the most prominent school teachers in Crawford county and had followed that profession for over ten years. At all times he was a man of kind heart and excellent judgment and loved by acquaintance, and the many expressions of sympathy on his untimely death warmly attests the strong friendships held by him in his life. About four weeks ago he fell down stairs, which caused malarial fever, followed by cancer of the spleen, which finally resulted in death. His death will be most widely felt as he was a most intelligent, useful and valuable citizen. With a mind perfectly clear and a faith admitting of no doubt, he peacefully fell asleep. To his widowed mother, brothers, and sisters we kindly say you are left to travel the balance of life's journey alone, but rest assured your parting will not be long. You shall meet again where there will be no more sad farewells and where all tears will be forever wiped away.-G. S. McIntosh.

Citations

  1. [S1283] 1870 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 791; FHL #552290.
  2. [S5168] 1880 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 702; FHL #1254702.

Thomas Davault1

M, b. 1 January 1850, d. 2 September 1929
     Thomas Davault was born on 1 January 1850 at Bourbois Twp., Gasconade Co., MO.1 He was the son of Samuel Harvey Davault and Alvira Foley.1 Thomas Davault married Lucinda Isabelle Blain, daughter of Dr. John Blain and Elizabeth (?), on 5 December 1878. Thomas Davault died on 2 September 1929 at age 79. He was buried in September 1929 at St. James Cemetery, St. James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #86143031.

Children of Thomas Davault and Lucinda Isabelle Blain

Citations

  1. [S1280] 1850 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 399.
  2. [S1278] 1900 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 880 - 881; FHL #1240880 - 81.

Thomas Davault

M, b. 1 May 1892, d. 8 September 1968
     Thomas Davault was also known as "Tom". He was born on 1 May 1892 at Missouri. He was the son of James Canny Davault and Jane Medley. Thomas Davault married M. Frances Cromer, daughter of Joseph H. Cromer and Lucinda J. Renner, on 14 June 1924 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS,

"Pratt Locals," The Pratt Republican (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 19 June 1924; Page 8; (Newspapers.com):

Business has picked up some for? ? Judge Purcell as he married Tom DaVault and Miss Frances Cromer of this city on Saturday....

Thomas Davault died on 8 September 1968 at age 76. He was buried in September 1968 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140617.
Note: The two daughters listed in Tom's household in 1940 were apparently adopted children -- they were born in Oklahoma and the older girl Mollie, age 12, would have been in Tom's household as of the 1930 census, had she been a biological daughter. DLB 2020.

Child of Thomas Davault and M. Frances Cromer

Thomas P. DaVault

M, b. 13 January 1875, d. 23 January 1875
     Thomas P. DaVault was born on 13 January 1875 at Jonesburg, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Abraham DaVault and Medora E. Jones. Thomas P. DaVault died on 23 January 1875 at Jonesburg, Montgomery Co., MO.

Valentine DaVault

M, b. 8 June 1824, d. 1824
     Valentine DaVault was born on 8 June 1824 at DeVault's Ford, Washington Co., TN, Twin of Samuel. He was the son of Frederick DaVault and Margaret Range. Valentine DaVault died in 1824 at DeVault's Ford, Washington Co., TN.
Note: Valentine Davault was the ninth child born to Frederick and Margaret Davault. He was a twin of Samuel and died in infancy. The place of burial is not known. It was probably in the private family burial grounds across the road from the Tavern or, possibly, the cemetery of the Presbyterian Church that is nearby.

Valentine Davault1

M, b. circa 1852
     Valentine Davault was born circa 1852 at Bourbois Twp., Gasconade Co., MO.1 He was the son of Samuel Harvey Davault and Alvira Foley.1

Citations

  1. [S1279] 1860 Federal Census, Gasconade County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 619; FHL #803619.

Walter Albert Davault

M, b. 8 October 1887, d. 18 April 1963
     Walter Albert Davault was also known as "Bert". He was born on 8 October 1887 at Oregon.1 He was the son of Herman Davault and Sarah Warriner. Walter Albert Davault lived on 1 March 1895 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, 1895 Kansas State Census, microfilm roll v115_122, Pratt, p.18, line 13. He lived on 13 June 1900 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS.1 He lived on 15 April 1910 at Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, drayman in flour mill, boarding with the George Scantlin family.2 He married Jennie Ethel Cromer, daughter of Joseph H. Cromer and Lucinda J. Renner, circa 1918.3 Walter Albert Davault lived on 1 March 1925 at 930 South Main Street, Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS, 1925 Kansas State Census, microfilm roll KS1925_136, line 20. He lived on 9 April 1930 at Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS, lineman, electric power company.3 He lived in 1937 at 428 North St. Francis Avenue, Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS, per city directory. He married Thelma K. (?). Walter Albert Davault lived between 1951 and 1958 at 1010 East Central Avenue, Wichita, Sedgwick Co., KS, city directories, with wife Thelma. In 1951 his son Dean was listed with Bert and Thelma, shown as being in the U.S. Air Force. He died on 18 April 1963 at age 75. He was buried in April 1963, A Findagrave.com memorial, No. 76140603, exists for Bert at Greenlawn Cemetery in Pratt County, KS. Althought this would be a logical burial location, as he spent most of his life there, Tracy DeVault visited that cemetery and reported that there is no burial record and no headstone for Bert. DLB 2020.
Note: Bert's location as of the 1920 census is unknown. His wife Jennie was listed living in her parents' household in Pratt County, marital status "M", but Bert was not there. An Albert Devault was listed in 1920 at Chestonia Twp., Antrim County, Michigan, with no further demographic information -- he apparently was absent when the census was taken. That might have been where Bert was living and working at the time. DLB 2020

Newspaper articles:

The Pratt Republican (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 12 January 1905; Page 5; (Newspapers.com):

-- Frank Harper, Sam Dupont and Bert Davault were trying to "beat the blind baggage car" on a trip east last Saturday night. They had to pass a freight train at Taron and the boys were between the two trains when Harper stumbled over a pile of cinders and fell with his legs across the rail where the freight train was moving. Dupont was near enough to jerk him out before the wheels caught him, but it was a narrow escape.


The Pratt Republican (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 27 July 1905; Page 5; (Newspapers.com):

-- Vic Young, Bert Davault and Frank Harper, white, and Andrew Wilson and Fred Horton, colored, were arrested last week for shooting craps without a license under the new game law. The fine and trimmings just amounted to $10 apiece, which three of them paid and the other two were put in the city "cooler"; afterwards the county health officer, Dr. Douthart, ordered them removed from that place and rather than pay the expense of maintaining them in the county jail, they were told to go and sin no more.


The Pratt Union (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 06 February 1908; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

Team Ran Away

Bert Davault's dray team ran away, Monday. It started at the Rock Island and ran south until it struck a tree at home of Dr. Dix. The wagon was badly wrecked.


City News - The Pratt Republican (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 25 June 1908; Page 9; (Newspapers.com):

-- Bert Davault while hauling a load of lath last Saturday was going down hill when the lath rolled down on the seat and knocked him from the seat and down between the horses. The loaded wagon passed over Bert badly bruising him and while he is able to be out he still feels the effects of it.


City News - Pratt Daily Tribune (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 29 June 1916; Page 5; (Newspapers.com):

Bert DaVault is spending his vacation in the harvest fields.


City News - The Pratt Union (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 12 April 1917; Pages 5 & 10; (Newspapers.com):

Bert Davault came home Saturday from Des Moines, Iowa, where he is employed by a telephone company as a lineman. He heard that his father, Herman, was sick but found him up and around and Bert will return to his work in a few days.

Fred Cromer and Bert Davault spent Tuesday afternoon at J. H. Cromers.

[Note: J. H. Cromer was Bert's future father-in-law. - cac]


City News - The Pratt Republican (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 11 October 1917; Page 8; (Newspapers.com):

Bert Davault came home Sunday night from Illinois where he is working. He came in answer to the call from Uncle Sam.


The Pratt Union (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 21 February 1918; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

Called For Service

The following list of our selected men have been called for service and will leave next Tuesday for Camp Funston: ......? ? [ included Bert Davault.



Pratt Daily Tribune (Pratt, Kansas); Tuesday, 26 February 1918; Page 1; (Newspapers.com):

PRATT BOYS OFF FOR CAMP FUNSTON TO-DAY

Last Percentage of First Draft Escorted to Train by High School

Cadets and the Home Band

One of childhood's dreams, which is probably the closest to the hearts of most boys, came true for fifteen Pratt young men this afternoon when with all the honors at the command of the citizens, they were escorted to the train by the home town band and the High School Cadet Corps, to start on their journey to Camp Funston. They will go by way of Topeka and arrive at Camp Funston tomorrow, where they will soon be an important part of Uncle Sam's great military system and a force to be reckoned with.

The stores and business houses were closed for an hour in honor of the departure of the draft boys, which forms the last percentage of the first draft called from Pratt county and included fifteen men. A large crowd of citizens were at the station to give the boy's a last word of good cheer and to show them they were leaving behind a loyal army of just plain folks who are mighty proud of the men who are going out to represent the county in the great war.

The men left on Rock Island No. 2, with Richard Abrams in charge. They were: ...... included Bert Davault? ?


City News - Pratt Daily Tribune (Pratt, Kansas); Saturday, 06 April 1918; Page 4; (Newspapers.com):

Herman Davault is very Low at the home of his nephew, Claude Davault, in this City. His son, Bert Davault who left in the last draft from Pratt and is stationed at Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill., has been sent for.


City News - Pratt Daily Tribune (Pratt, Kansas); Friday, 28 June 1918; Page 4; (Newspapers.com):

Word has been received that Bert Davault has arrived safely in France.


Pratt Daily Tribune (Pratt, Kansas); Friday, 28 June 1918; Page 4; (Newspapers.com):

Miss Jennie Cromer, received a letter this morning from Bert Davault who is in France stating that he had been in the hospital five weeks with the flue and pneumonia but was all right now and would be home almost any day.


City News - The Pratt Republican (Pratt, Kansas); Thursday, 27 March 1919; Page 5; (Newspapers.com);

Bert Davault returned home last Thursday from overseas service. He was discharged from Camp Funston.
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City News - The Pratt Union (Pratt, Kansas); Wednesday, 11 January 1922; Page 7; (Newspapers.com):

Bert Davault left Friday night as mail guard on the Rock Island road. Bert will be all right with a gun and will assist well on a reception committee.

Child of Walter Albert Davault and Jennie Ethel Cromer

Citations

  1. [S2044] 1900 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 495; FHL #1240495.
  2. [S2045] 1910 Federal Census, Pratt County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 453; FHL #1374466.
  3. [S1840] 1930 Federal Census, Sedgwick County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 712; FHL #2340456.

Wilbur Earl DaVault

M, b. 5 February 1916, d. 15 September 1964
     Wilbur Earl DaVault was born on 5 February 1916 at Baldwin City, Douglas Co., KS. He was the son of Jacob Wesley DaVault Jr. and Maude Matilda Snethen. Wilbur Earl DaVault died on 15 September 1964 at age 48.

William Davault1

M, b. 15 June 1844, d. 24 February 1862
     William Davault was born on 15 June 1844 at Sullivan Co. (probably), TN.1 He was the son of Henry Davault and Matilda Weaver.1 William Davault began military service on 21 August 1861 Enlisted, Co. "F", 29th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry. He died on 24 February 1862 at Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., TN, at age 17. Cause of death: Fever contracted during military service. He was buried in 1862 at Cross Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN.

Citations

  1. [S1277] 1850 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 897.

William Eugene Davault

M, b. 31 January 1928, d. 18 May 2010
     William Eugene Davault was born on 31 January 1928. He was the son of Rainey Forrest Davault and Iva Louvonie Gray. William Eugene Davault died on 18 May 2010 at St. James, Phelps Co., MO, at age 82. He was buried in May 2010 at Saint James Cemetery, St. James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #76810371.

William Frederick Davault

M, b. 21 December 1874, d. 19 April 1938
     William Frederick Davault was born on 21 December 1874 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO.1 He was the son of Frederick Davault and Margaret Ellen McCleary.
Note:

W. F. Davault accompanied his brother Ed on the Oklahoma Cherokee Strip run. He was too young to claim land for himself but rode on the back of another man's wagon to beat off those trying to catch a ride.

William Frederick Davault married Catherine Beal Benson, daughter of Vinson Benson and Martha Allen, on 9 March 1898. William Frederick Davault lived on 29 April 1910 at Nine Mile Prairie, Callaway Co., MO, general farming.1 He lived at Williamsburg, Callaway Co., MO. He died on 19 April 1938 at Fulton, Callaway Co., MO, at age 63

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
W. F. DeVault, 63, farmer SE of Williamsburg was struck by car driven by a Stevens College student on Highway 40, Sat. AM at 11:30 about a mile & 1/2 east of Williamsburg as he was returning home in wagon from selling produce. He was thrown from the wagon and fell between the horses. Team ran away and drug him 60 feet. He suffered a broken back and rib injuries described as serious.

OBITUARY:
W. F. DeVault, born 24, December on a farm on the west edge of New Florence where he grew to young manhood residing with parents until marriage, died in the Callaway County Hospital at the age of 63 years, 3 months and 25 days. After he was married Mr. and Mrs. DeVault resided on a farm near Danville for a short time, but soon moved to the Benson home place - a farm near Williamsburg where the rest of his life was spent. He was a member of the Methodist Church of Williamsburg, the funeral was April 21. He was buried in the Williamsburg Cemetery. He was one of six children, two of whom still live: Emmett C. of Santa Ana, CA and Edward L. of Riverside, CA. Also May Marmaduke, a cousin, now Mrs. Everett Plater of Carbondale, IL, raised as a sister.

OBITUARY #2
Auto Injuries Are Fatal To W. F. Davault, Former Local Resident William Frederick Davault, son of Fred and Ellen McCleary Davault, was born December 24, 1874 on a farm at the west edge of New Florence where he grew to young manhood, residing with his parents until his marriage.
He passed away April 18, 1938 at the Callaway County Hospital in Fulton, Mo. On April 8th, while returning to his home from a trip to Williamsburg, he was run into by an automobile driven by a girl student at Stephen's College and was very seriously injured. He was at once taken to the hospital where every thing was done to relieve his suffering. He tried to be cheerful and patient throughout it all but the nature of the injuries made recovery impossible and death came to relieve him of his suffering Monday afternoon. He had reached the age of 63 years, 3 months and 25 days.

Mr. Davault was one of a family of six children, Emmett C., Charlie, Edward L., Bruce T., and Mary, all of whom with his parents have passed to the Great Beyone, except two brothers, Emmett C., of Santa Ana, Calif., and Edward L. of Riverside, Calif. May Marmaduke, a cousin, now Mrs. Everett Plater of Carbondale, Ill., was reared in the Davault home and was as a sister.

On March 8, 1898 he was united in marriage to Miss Catherine Benson, of near Williamsburg. The young couple resided on a farm near Danville for a short time, but soon moved to the Benson home place, a farm near Williamsburg where the rest of their married life was spent. Two daughters came to bless this union, Martha Ellen, now Mrs. Hugh Crabtree, of Cascade, Idaho, and Katherine, now Mrs. Gordon Niedergerke, of Fulton. Also surviving are two granddaughters, Martha Jo Niedergerke and Katherine Crabtree, two sons-in-law, a number of nephews and nieces and other relatives. His wife passed away April 10, 1936. He was a devoted husband and a kind and indulgent father and to his friends, the soul of fellowship.

He was buried in April 1938 at Williamsburg Cemetery, Williamsburg, Callaway Co., MO.

Children of William Frederick Davault and Catherine Beal Benson

Citations

  1. [S5250] 1910 Federal Census, Callaway County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 774; FHL #1374787.

William Henry Davault1

M, b. 12 September 1879, d. 24 March 1949
     William Henry Davault was also known as William Henry DeVault per headstone. He was born on 12 September 1879 at Franklin Co., MO.1 He was the son of Roland Davault and Josephine Shuey.1 William Henry Davault married Margaret Elizabeth Kinkead, daughter of Samuel Alexander Kinkead Jr. and Hannah Marie LeFever, on 18 June 1906 at Phelps Co., MO. William Henry Davault lived on 12 January 1920 at St. James, Phelps Co., MO, sawmill operator.2 He died on 24 March 1949 at Farmington, St. Francois Co., MO, at age 69. He was buried in March 1949 at Saint James Cemetery, St. James, Phelps Co., MO, Findagrave #80077863.

Child of William Henry Davault and Margaret Elizabeth Kinkead

Citations

  1. [S4039] 1880 Federal Census, Franklin County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 686; FHL #1254686.
  2. [S5171] 1920 Federal Census, Phelps County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 941; FHL #1820941.

William J. Davault1

M, b. July 1893
     William J. Davault was born in July 1893 at Maries Co., MO.1 He was the son of William Robert Davault and Martha Victoria Cox.1

Citations

  1. [S5164] 1900 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 874; FHL #1240874.

William Robert Davault1

M, b. 13 April 1862, d. 4 December 1925
     William Robert Davault was born on 13 April 1862 at Gasconade or Maries Co., MO.1,2 He was the son of Jacob Davault and Sarah A. Moore.1 William Robert Davault lived on 27 June 1880 at Johnson Twp., Maries Co., MO, working on his father's farm.2 He married Martha Victoria Cox, daughter of William Henry Cox and Mary Ann Southard, in 1889.3 William Robert Davault lived on 11 June 1900 at Johnson Twp., Maries Co., MO, farming.3 He died on 4 December 1925 at Maries Co., MO, at age 63 Missouri death certificate #36980. He was buried in December 1925 at Southard Cemetery, Maries Co., MO, Findagrave #32894698.

Children of William Robert Davault and Martha Victoria Cox

Citations

  1. [S1283] 1870 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 791; FHL #552290.
  2. [S5168] 1880 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 702; FHL #1254702.
  3. [S5164] 1900 Federal Census, Maries County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 874; FHL #1240874.

Woodrow Davault

M, b. 1932, d. 1932
     Woodrow Davault died in 1932. He was born in 1932. He was the son of Thomas Davault and M. Frances Cromer.
Note: Inasmuch as the other three children of Tom and Frances were adopted, it is likely that Woodrow was also an adopted child. Woodrow Davault was buried in 1932 at Greenlawn Cemetery, Pratt, Pratt Co., KS, Findagrave #76140618.

Davault

M, b. 27 December 1861, d. 27 December 1861
     Davault was born on 27 December 1861 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. He died on 27 December 1861 at New Florence, Montgomery Co., MO. He was the son of Henry Davault and Caroline Euphemia Clark.

DaVault

M, b. 1880, d. before 1900
     DaVault was born in 1880 at Macoupin Co., IL. He was the son of Jacob Wesley DaVault and Rebecca Frances Helmick. DaVault died before 1900 died young.

Jane Davenhill

F, b. 6 May 1921, d. 22 March 2001
     Jane Davenhill was born on 6 May 1921 at Lackawanna Co., PA. She was the daughter of Walter W. Davenhill and Frieda Jones.1 Jane Davenhill married Robert Harbaugh Shulenberger, son of Elden Orville Shulenberger and Nellie Catherine Harbaugh, after April 1940. Jane Davenhill died on 22 March 2001 at age 79.

Citations

  1. [S3755] 1930 Federal Census, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 2054; FHL #2341788.

Walter W. Davenhill1

M, b. circa 1890
     Walter W. Davenhill was born circa 1890 at Pennsylvania.1 He married Frieda Jones circa 1920.1

Child of Walter W. Davenhill and Frieda Jones

Citations

  1. [S3755] 1930 Federal Census, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 2054; FHL #2341788.

Albert Davenport1

M
     Albert Davenport was the son of John Davenport and Elizabeth Virginia Gorrel.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 474.

Alcie E. Davenport

F, b. 11 March 1887, d. 1 April 1987
     Alcie E. Davenport married John Gordon Meadows, son of David Thompson Meadows and Nancy Caroline Cearley. Alcie E. Davenport was born on 11 March 1887 at Union Co., GA. She died on 1 April 1987 at Cherokee, Swain Co., NC, at age 100.

Carmen Sara Davenport

F, b. 27 May 1905, d. 22 December 1993
     Carmen Sara Davenport was born on 27 May 1905 at Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN. She married Charles A. Kuhlemeier in 1931 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI. Carmen Sara Davenport died on 22 December 1993 at Lovington, Lea Co., NM, at age 88 Obituary (Findagrave.com):


Carmen Sara Davenport was the only daughter of Ruel Edward and Minnie Gertrude Thayer Davenport to survive to adulthood. She had two brothers, one older and one younger.

As a child Carmen lived in Indianapolis and Chicago. When a teenager her family moved back to Indiana. When she was a young adult her family moved to the Detroit area where her father worked for the Border Patrol.

In 1931, Carmen married Charles A. Kuhlemeier in Detroit, Michigan. Carmen and Charles were to have 4 children. Only one of them, a son, survived infancy. Carmen worked as an executive secretary for GM. She was organized, disciplined and fun loving. Her immediate and extended family was extremely important to her. She was always good to help her family providing care, meals, transportation, money or helping in any way they needed her.

After 17 years of marriage, Carmen became a widow when Charles died of throat cancer. Carmen and her son, Charles Ruel Kuhlemeier, and his family remained close throughout her life.

Excerpt from the book A Journey Through Time with the Davenport Family of New York and the Midwest by Emma Sue Davenport.

She was cremated in December 1993 ashes scattered in Michigan. Findagrave #114539772.

Child of Carmen Sara Davenport and Charles A. Kuhlemeier

Charles Davenport1

M
     Charles Davenport was the son of John Davenport and Elizabeth Virginia Gorrel.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 474.

Fern Davenport

F, b. 12 May 1901
     Fern Davenport was born on 12 May 1901.1 She was the daughter of George Davenport and Grace A. Miller.

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 414.

George Davenport

M, b. 7 August 1874
     Occupation: Railroad conductor. George Davenport was Presbyterian. He lived at Aurora, Kane Co., IL. He was born on 7 August 1874 at Grand Island, Hall Co., NE.1 He was the son of George Davenport and Martha Homer. George Davenport married Grace A. Miller, daughter of Michael Emmert Miller and Elizabeth Welty, on 19 June 1900.1

Children of George Davenport and Grace A. Miller

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 414.

George Davenport

M
     George Davenport married Martha Homer.

Child of George Davenport and Martha Homer

Jeremy P. Davenport

M, d. 2000
     Jeremy P. Davenport was born. He was the son of John A. Davenport. Jeremy P. Davenport died in 2000.

John Davenport

M
     John Davenport married Elizabeth Virginia Gorrel, daughter of Abraham Gorrel and Catharine E. Miller.1

Children of John Davenport and Elizabeth Virginia Gorrel

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 474.

John Davenport1

M
     John Davenport was the son of John Davenport and Elizabeth Virginia Gorrel.1

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 474.

John A. Davenport

M, d. before 2008
     John A. Davenport died before 2008.

Children of John A. Davenport